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iHL UMLY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1919.
No Medicine- Chest
Its Family Laxative
THE NEW SPRING DRESSES
ARE HERE FOR YOUR VIEWING
From the baby to the grandparentc a good laxative ii the
necessary medicine in the little ills. It wards off serious
sickness and saves doctor's bills. ' Many a cold has been pre
vented from running into grippe and pneumonia by its timely
Many a racking headache has been quickly dispelled by it.
And it is a laxative rather than a drastic cathartic or purgative
that should be in every family medicine -chest, for a laxative
Can be used at all ages.
Thousands of good American families have for more than
quarter century used a combination of simple laxative herbs
with pepsin known to druggists as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin. It is a laxative-tonic that acts on the bowels and
stomach. Infants take it with perfect safety, and it is equally
effective for grownups.
Grandparents are now ceeing their children give it to their
babies. - It is excellent for all the family in constipation no
matter how chronic, indigestion, wind colic, biliousness,
headaches, dyspepsia and similar ills.
Th drugit will relund your mortar U it itil
to do as promt ted. ,
PRICE AS ALWAYS
In eplte of greatly
costs due to the War,
by sacrificing profits
and absorbing war
-taaea we have main
tfiined the price at
which this family lax
ative has been sold by
druggists for the past
36 years. Two
. 50c and $1.00.
The Perfect JL Laxative
FREE SAMPLES If you have never used
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin send for a tree trial
bottle to Dr. V, B. Caldwell, 468 Washington
St., Monticello, IU. If there are babies at home,
ask for a copy of Dr. Caldwell's book, "Tb
Care of Laby."
S '(Capital Journal Spoclul Service.)
Bickoy, March 7. The Thcndara
ladies are again holding their regular
meetings. They have been entertained
t the homes of the following members
ffleently: Mrs. T. Walace, Mrs.. K. A.
Jjewis, Mrs. K. F. 'Whooler.
So far only three of our boys, FroJ
Dickman, Waron Wallace and Boberc
Wheeler huvo received their discharge
from the service.
Edward Whitney who Is stationed
in France, recently paid a visit to tho
eity of Nioce.
Georgo Hager and Chester Horner
wore, still in France when last hoard
from. Chester Horner was a momber of
Company M, but has been transferred
to the 6th cavalry.
Boy Hornor who is stationed in Cu
ba, recently paid a visit to tho Amcri
cun colony and said It semcd almose
like being in America.
Eugene Wheeler is stationed in Tex
as, Corporal Frank Harris is at camp
at Ualabud, Md., and does not expoct
to rocoivo his discharge for some time.
No word lias bon recoived from Wes
ley Smith lately, so it is not known
wher ho is stationed.
Thoro is only ono gold star In the
Thcndara service flag, that being for
A. DeSantis, who was killed in action.
Mrs. W. D. Homer, Mrs. T. DeSantis,
Miss Goldn Wheeler and Mi8s Lottie
Wallace visited the school Friday after
noon. L. H. Lewis of Crooked Finger spent
i Watch Your Blood Supply,
Don't Let Impurities Creep In
Pure Blood Means Perfect
The average druggist has handled
liundreds of medicines in his day,
-ome of which have long since been
But there Is one that has been sold
by the druggists throughout this
country, for more than fifty years,
and that Is S. 6. S., the reliable blood
medicine, that Is purely vegetable.
Muuy drugcists have seen wonderful
results accomplished ' among their
customers by this great old medicine,
and they know that S. S. S. is one of
the most reliable blood purifiers ever
made. Keep your blood free of im
purities by the use of this honest old
medicine, and if you want medical
advice, you can obtain same without
cost by writing to Medical Director,
Swift Specific Co., 28 Swift Labora
tory, Atlanta, Ga,
New Fibre Silk Sweaters
Foremost in the Fashion
These new Fibre Silk Jerseys
will be the demanded Fabrics and
as Style is the greatest factor
that brings delight to the wearer,
these were selected because of
the original, yet discreet, designing-
The colors are buff, salmon, coral
turquoise blue, water melon pink
yellow and beautiful combina
tions alternating in black and
white, blue and gold, gold and
white. Some have tastily trim
med cuffs and collars all have
sailor or shawl collars, two pock
ets and sash.
Prices Range from $6.35 to $12.45
The famous Fleisher Yarns known by all users
i; - for their unexcelled uniformity and spuerior work
: : ing and wearing qualities. . ,
I ; The new arrivals consist of the most wanted
f colors in Sweater Yarns and Khaki, light, medium
x and dark gray knitting yarns. . i;
X We urge you to supply your wants now.
By GERTRUDE ROBISOiS
Mrs. Mabel Sottlcmeir, grand ma
tron of the Woodburn Order of the
Eastern Star, was guest of honor at a
meeting of the Salem order yesterday
at the home of Mrs. George P. Bur
nett. An organization of the past ma
trons was made, Mrs. Sottlemeir act
ing as organizer.
Those present were Mrs. Carlton
Sfmith, Mrs. Iavid Wright, Mrs. Ida
uaiococK, secretary-treasurer, Mrs. JS.
M. LaFore vice president; Mrs. Wil
liam Chcrriugton, Mrs. Beed, Mrs. Mil
ton Meyers, Mrs. Georg O. Brown,
Mrs. Frank Schaefer, Mrs. Frank Der.
by, Mrs. Ida Godfrey and Mrs. George
The Knights and Ladies of Securi
ty entertained last night with a mer
ry danco- and social evening at Hurst
hall on State street. Refreshments
were served in the eourse of the eve
ning and a very enjoyable time was
had by all the guests.
Mrs. L. T. Harris, who has been vis
iting at tho home of Dr. M. C. Harris
in Eugene, has roturned to Salem,
bringing with her as her guest, Airs.
M. (J. Harris, who will remain until
The Junior Guild will hold a cooked
food sale tomorrow at the Salem Hard
ware store. The public ia cordially in
The friendg of Mr. and Mrs. George
Harbison will be grieved to hear of
their departure yesterday for Outlook,
Washington, where they will reside in
Quinine That Does Not Affect Head
Because of its tonic and laxative ef
fect, LAXATIVE BBOMO QUININE
(tablets) can 'be taken by anyone
without causing nervousness or ring
ing in the head. There is 8nly one
Bromo Quinino." E. W. GROVE'S
signature on tho box. 30c.
COCOANTJT OIL MAKES
A SPLENDID SHAMPOO
(c 5c ic )c jfc ic sc .jc Jc 5C
If you want to keep your hair ia
good condition, be careful what you
wash it with -Most
soaps and prepared shampoos
eontnin too much alkali. This dries the I
scalp, makes tho hnir brittle, and is '
very harmful. Just plain raur&ified co
coanut pil (which ig pure and entirely
greasoless), is much bettor than tho
most expensive soap or anything clso
you can use for shampooing, as ttrts
can't possibly injure the hair.
Simply nioiten your hair with water
and rub it in. One or two teaspoonfuls
will make an abundance of rich,
creamy lather, and cleanses the hair
and scalp thoroughly. The lathe rinses
oiit easily and removes every particlo
of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive
oil. The hair dr.ios quickly and evenly,
and it leaves it fine and silky, bright,
fluffy and easy to manage.
You can .get mulsified coconnut oil
at most any drug store. It is very
chomp, and a few ounces ig enough to
last cvoryono in tho family for months.
the future. Mr. and Mrs. Harbison
were formerly resident of the High
Mrs. Charles Qutz is the guest at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
William Blake at Willow Lake. Mrs.
Buti will be joined later toy her hus
band, Charles Butz, of Modesta, Cali
fornia. . a
Miss E. M. Bloekader of Portland
wag a Sakm visitor yesterday. She
was accompanied by her brother, Ser
geant . H. Blockadcr of Portland,
who spent four years with the Cana
dian expeditionary forces overseas and
was .wounded in action.
Mrs. Ed Hartley and daughter, Kath
erine, left for Portland yesterday to
spend the week end with, frienas. iney
will return Sunday.
The nominations of officers for the
ensuing year will ibe mad si the reg
ular meeting of the Saloon Woman's
club tomorrow afternoon.
Robert N. Stsnfield, speaker of the
1917 session; J. N. Burgess, former
state senator; F. S. Curl, former eoiin
tv chairman of tho Umatilla republi
can committee, and Marion Jack.mem-
ber of ithe fish and game commission,
arrived from eastern Oregon yestuiday
to attend the funeral of the late Gov
ernor James Withycombe.
The French army band which gave
such a successful concert in 4he ar
mory Wednesday evening, played last
night in the Portland auditorium and
attracted one of the largest assem
of Portlandcrs that has patron
ized any musieale of the season. Aside
from its value and interest musicany,
rhA mnenrt. had the added attraction
of being given for a most .worthy and
excellent cause, the proceeds to go to
the fund for (French widows and or
phans. It was an enthusiastic and apr
preciative audience that greeted the
players, the solo numbers being partic
ularly well received.
Should see that the whole family take
at least 3 or 4 doses of a thoro, puri
fying system cleaning medicine this
spring. Now is tho time. The family
will bo healthier, happier, and get
-i ...... Kt. it tho blood is eiven a
thoro purifying, the stomach and bow-
. ' - , -, .1. nP Srm-
elS cleaned out, anu mo 8-i...o
ter,- accumulated in the system, driven
away. Hollistcr's Roeky Mountain Tea
is one of the vory best and surest
spring medicines to take. Got it and
see th difference in the whole family.
Their color will be better, they'll teel
fine and be well and hatppy. D- J'
the first part of last week at the home
of his son, E. A. Lewis.
Mrs. Clifford Gesnor and daughtor
Frances La Juno, wore guests of Mrs.
Gesner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Goo.
Edwards on Friday.
Dr. Stnrbuck and Arthur Beaver, of
Dallas, Roladn Beaver of West Salem,
sid W. Beaver of Salem, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Horner
ono day last wck.
The patrons of the district were the
guests of the school childron the even
ing of February 22nd.
A ploasant social evening was spent
and a neut sum realized from the s&lo
of lunches, which will beused to pur
chase things needed for the school.
Mr .and Mrs John Chaplinger were
culled to tlio boOside of their son, J.
Irven, who is ill with- typhoid fever, at
Dr. Morefield, M. M. Mngel, John
Horner, Mr, Lanke, Mr. Eillian and Mr.
Fitxpatrick were among those who at
tended the road mooting" in Salem on
Miss Golda Wheeler spent Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. L. Dickman.
For Colds, Grip
Be sure you get the Genuine
Look for this signature
or heaviness after meals are
most annoying manifestations"
I pleasant to take, neutralize
r . a - - II a.
acidity ana neip jesiore
MADE BY SCOTT & BOWNE
MAKERS OF SCOTTS EMULSION
Waahiagton The national capital
will soottb "forty five minutes from
Broadw' if -viators eontian to
smash reiords for the New York flight.
A Delia viland "four" made it .
eighty minutes yesterday.
on the box. 30c
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
1f.v TThnrn was
Central tiowen, sim
quite an excitement in this community
last Sunday puning -mud,
quite a umber being stationary
in the road. All were finally got out
except the stage. Then Mr. Fred I Du
bin was called to the rescue with hw
tractor ana ouui um -
succeeded in extracting the stage from
the mud but not the mud from the stage
driver, he being pretty well plastered
Th's was three quartors of mile east
nf ontral Howell storo, 0n the scraight
troed into Bilverton.
Mr .and Mrs. Artnur -i'-
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Becker.
"... n a.;.,finr Mrs.
Mrs. Artnur uomn w
Fred Durbin Thursday.
- u:n 1. .onCT r school here a
jars, juiiicr wuu . -r-
f w years ago, spent the woek end at
1 . ,. I... VA Durbin.
the Bomo 01 " - , , .
. - i n.. v;ita anil son Joe
made a business trip to Silvorton, Miss
. ... . , . An. st thia nlaee
Ulauys ncDDi who r -
returned to Salem with them. ,
Mr. and. Mrs. Arthur Goffin took in
the French band concert Wednesday
ijilit ut baicm.
Mr. baul Jans, who h b06" a"8"11
. ii Rnlnm. came
ing uiiainras jut-K
home Vuchuay to viatt ana get ready to
attend the a&hington junior bib
week. , .
. 1 m.lW sad 81S
iurs. jvny jit'iiisuvu
ter..Viss I'l arietta of BUverton, are vis
iting her this week.
Fred 1'urbin pulled oat three cars
Turslay half mile north of Central
Howell aehool. r . '
Mrs. Chris lichty ho has bec sick
is able to be up sgain.
Mfes Erumu Mickkleson was visiting
M;ss Audrey Baggett Saturday.
i . . a inianil oama in
Mr. Win iil.aua ui " .
on the rtage Fiidsy evening from Silver
MAN EN'DORSES II
White Sewing Machine Man
ager Beh'eyes Tanlac WDi
Help AH Other Sufferers.
"If it hadn't been for what other
people said about Tanlac I might be
suffering yet, and nobody need fear
troulblr-s like I had as long as Tanlac
is made," said H. A. Morrison, local
manager for White Sewing Machine
Co., Dallas, Tex., and living at 3517
Brown street, that city.
"I suffered from a long standing
and stubborn case of stomach trou
ble," he continued. "My stomach was
nearly always full of gas that gave me
no end of misery, and I had to quit
eating most everything but broth and
other light diet. I had such an awful
ipain in my right side that I couldn't
stand up straight and sometimes I
would almost double up in gony, I
had terrible headaches, my sleep was
so broken it didn't do me any good and
I felt tired and worn out all the time.
"I read of a man in Tennessee who.
had gotten relief from the 6ame trou
blo as mine by taking Tanlac, so I de
cided to try it. Before I had finished
my first bottle I began to feel better
and a few more made me feel like a
different man. I get as hungry as a
bear at meal times, eat any thing I
want and nothing hurts me at all. I
sleep as sound as a log and get np full
of life and energy, I have already gain
ed eight pounds and ray work is a real
pleasure to mo now."
Tanlac is sold in Hubbard by Hub
bard Drug Co., in Mt. Angel by Ben
Gooch, in Oervais by John Kelly, in
Turner by H. P. Cornelius, in Wood-
burn by Lyman H. Storey, in Balem
by Dr. A. C. Stone, in Silvcrton by Geo.
A. Steolhajnmcr, in Gates by Mrs. J'.
P. MoCurdy, in Stayton by C. A. Beau-
champ, in Aurora by Aurora Drug
store, in St. Paul by Groceteria (Store
Co., Inc.,.in Donald by M. W. Johnson
and in Jefferson by Foshay & Mason.
ton to visit tho family of Albert Janz
Miss Florence Gowor and Miss Mabel
Mickkleson were appointed by the
teacher last week to number the school
library books, which thoy did no Satur
Miss Laural Janz spent the week end
with her parents.
Don't Spoil A Good Meal
A Bad Stomach
If a physician, a specialist in stom
ach diseases, came to you and said: "I
will fix up that miserable, worn out
stomach for you or money Ibaek.
"I will make it as good as new so
you -will not suffer from any distress
and can cat what you want witnout
fear or suffering, or money back
would yop turn down his offer!
And when you are offorcl Mi-o-na
stomach tablets, made from a prescrip
tion better than many of the stomach,
specialists know how to write, are you
going to .be narrow minded and con
tinue to suffer from indigestion, or are
you going to bo fair to yourself and
try Mi-o-na on the money back agree
ment. " ,
Mi-o-na stomach tablets aro offered
to you on this ibasis, that if they do
not piit your stomach into such good
shape that there is no dizziness, sour
stomach, biliousness, sick . headache,
and stomach distress, your money Will
be refunded. For sale by D. J. Fry and
all leading druggists.
Releases Pitchers Vance And
Piercey To Sacramento Club
NewSTork, March S. Manager Mil
ler Hugging of the New York Ameri
ca league club has announced the re
lease of Pitchers Vance and Pierey to
A DRESS FOR EVERY OCCASION IN
THESE NEW SPRING STYLES
In the almost endless variety of models of new Spring
Dresses which we are now showing you will find a
clever model designed for every wear, indoor or
outdoor, for service or for purely dress occasion.
Crepe de Chine Dresses
Georgette Crepe Dresses
Taffeta Combination Dresses
Men's Wear Serge Dresses
Prices range from $12.48 for Silk Poplin up to $50
for Georgette Crepe Dresses
What we want to point out particularly though is
the exceeding beauty of both styles and materials in
the new dresses which really must be seen to be fully
U. G. SHIPLEY CO.
145-147 N. Liberty St.
Quality Merchandise Popular Prices
the Sacramento club of the Pacific
coast league. Vance and Piercy have
been with the Yanks since 1915.
nuggins also announced that he had
receivod the contracts of Earl Baldwin,
iv catcher rrora rortiana, ure., ciuu,
and Pitcher Ed Monro. Both wore muf
tred out of the army recently.
Chicago, Here's a pickle. Frank A.
Killy, claiming insolvency, listed debts
of $22,449, assets of $10,000 in pickles.
Creditors can furnish the brine.
Stomach on Strike? Here's Relief!
No Indigestion, Gas or Sourness
Upset stomachs feel fine.
All indigestion, gases, sourness",
heartburn, brash or acidity goes
instantly. No waiting!
Quickest stomach relief known.
Just as soon as Pape's Diapepsin
reaches your sick, unsettled stomach
all stomach misery stops.
.Costs little All druggists.
Stomach suffering is needless.
ID 1 TM WILL PUTOU
upstti r xrapeo jL'lcipcFQ'iii on your feet
TLt.2 Erir.ss Jcy
As tTM) Hour Pass tha) Commf of
Baby Draws Near An
No woman awaltlwr the Joy of coming
motherhood should allow the days to paw
without uslnc tho wonderful neuttraUnf ap.
plication. Mothers' Friend.
Br Its rerular n throughout the period
th system la prepared for tin eomlnf mat
and strain and terarion la retiered. It ren
den the broad. Sat abdominal m uncles pliant
and thr readily yield to nature's demand
for expansion. As a result tha nerves are
pot lt awn upon with that peculiar wrench
ing strain, and nauaea, nerroasnesa, beaiin
down and stretching pa I lis are counteracted.
Tba abdomen noanda easily when baby ar
rives and the hours at the crisis an ant
orally leas. Pain and danger as a coaa.
mienro la avoided.
Mother's Friend not enly allays distress In
BrtTance, bat ewoira a apeeriy recovery for
tha mother. The akin la kept sort and
aaiootn and natural and ties Irum dlsarure-
Write to the BrarUle M EernlatnrCompany.
Dept. J I,amar Duildine. Atlanta. Geurcia.
for their Motherhood Book, and procure a
bptllo of Motner'e Friend from tits d runlet,
ft Is Just as standard as aajthlug you caa
Spring Veget a b 1 e s
We have secured a niee assortment of Home
Grown and California Vegetables. See our display.
Artichokes, Celery, Lettuce, Home Grown Spinach,
Head Lettuce, Brussel Sprouts, Rhubarb, Cabbage,
Broccoli, or Cauli Flower, Carrots and Turnips.
Oranges and Grape Fruit
Extra Quality Sweet Oranges, Medium Sizes
35c per dozen, 3 doz, for $1.00
Extra Fancy California Grape Fruit
60c Per Dozen
DEL MONTE ASPARAGUS
45c Quality, 3 Tins for $1.00
OAK BRAND ASPARAGUS
4 Tins for $125
SPECIAL CROJEAN'S BROWN EICE
10 Poinds for $1.00
3 Pounds for 25c
REFINER'S CANE SUGAR SYRUP
UMECO NUT BUTTER
35c Per Pound
Roth Gocey Co.